Gold and jewelry
For us, jewelry is not just gold objects. They are heirlooms from older generations, with a sentimental value.
At ORAGOLD, you can appraise your branded jewelry, jewelry from Greek brands, such as Lalaounis, Zolotas, and Vildiridis, and foreign brands, such as Cartier, Bulgari, Tiffany, Van Cleef, Chopard and others, with accuracy and discretion, and receive instant payment.
With over 25 years of experience in appraising gold jewelry, taking into consideration their basic features and possessing market knowledge, we can give you the highest price than any other shop.
Gold jewelry carats
The unit of measurement of gold purity is the carat (K) and indicates the gold content that any gold object may contain.
The number of carats is an important feature in the jewelry market, as it indicates their degree of purity. Carats are measured on a scale of 0 to 24. In the market we can find gold jewelry of various categories, such as 9K, 14K, 18K, 20K, 22K and 24K, with 24K being 99.99% gold. The more carats a gold jewelry has, the more valuable it is.
You can see the purity of your own gold jewelry from its seal. Each jewel has a seal at a prominent spot, declaring the purity of the metal, i.e. its carats.
– 9Κ = 375
– 14Κ = 585
– 18Κ = 750
– 22Κ = 916
Other key features
A key feature to consider when buying and selling jewelry is the color of gold. The most popular is yellow gold, followed by platinum.
In addition to the carat and color, important features when evaluating jewelry are:
– Its weight in gold
– Its manufacturing date
– The manufacturer – designer
– The precious stones the piece may have
– Its condition
Each of these features will greatly affect its price.
At ORAGOLD, we appraise the value of your gold jewelry, taking into consideration their quality and aesthetics, as well as their value in weight.
In the event of a transaction, it is mandatory to show an ID or passport.